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; leader, Miss Josephine Casey, behind-the bars,
consulting wrai ner attorney.
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-Prayers haven't won that strike
of girls in the big cornet factay
he,re at"leas not up to nojvv-o
the girls decided oiu additional1
atactics. Thjey sjiUrayonhelp
each day, bat doaJhttlevpjck"tfng
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That's why a dqzelj .or scThave
been Jockefcj up. -oViolejjce has
characterised the strike at -any
Stage, but soon after it started)
Circuit Judge ralik v&napperi
issued an injunction against
When the girls, .made desper-
a'te by the sight of others taking
their plac'eVin the factory and
accepting: the" miserable wager
whidbaKely-means life, quietly
stood about and .pleaded with-'
tfjese n,ewgifls"not to work;, the
deputy sheriffs acted at once and
locked' them up for contempt.
One of the bunch arrested is
Miss Josephine Casey, general